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  • Replace by the Victorian Coastal LIDAR Level 3 Classification project (cep08b-2012-13_coast-c3). Vicmap Elevation Coastal 1m DEM & 0.5m Contours consists of a 1m DEM and contours at 0.5m intervals derived from high accuracy LiDAR data along the Victorian coast and inland to approximately the 10m elevation line. This data has been acquired between September 2007 and September 2009 to support the Victorian Governments Future Coasts Project.

  • This layer represents polygon coverage Bushfire Risk Engagement Areas (BREA) across the entire State of Victoria, generally on both public and private land. BREA is broad land categorisation which provides a prioritisation framework for fuel management engagement and delivery where fire is suitable for managing risk. Generalised boundary layer aligned to areas of bushfire risk and may not correlate to natural, manmade or administrative features. Dataset was created 18 September with from the statewide strategic bushfire management planning process 2017-2019 Dataset last updated 20 April 2017 with changes from WCBRL (per A Boak). Dataset updated 30 Jan 2017 with changes from ECBRL (per F Wilson). Dataset updated 19 August 2016 with changes from MMGBRL (per D Prior).

  • A derived dataset of extracted features from Vicmap TR_ROAD dataset that represents the DELWP-managed recreation track network mainly in State Forest. The tracks have been assigned the RecWeb track ID (Serial Number). The fetaures are dissolved on this serial number to create single part features for each track element.

  • MOG2009 is now OBSOLETE Please refer to FORESTS.MOG for updated extent. Old growth forest was defined under the Code of Practice 2007 as forest which contains significant amounts of its oldest growth stage in the upper stratum usually senescing trees and has not been subjected to any disturbance, and if so the effect of which is now negligible. This data layer contains modelled old-growth forest which was updated by the department in 2009 in consideration of historical timber harvesting and fire disturbances. Previous old growth base layers used different sources to establish MOG 2009. The base layer in the western part of the state was og100 and the base layer for the eastern Victoria, other than East Gippsland FMA was mog2003. The base layer for East Gippsland FMA was mog100-2007eg. In the process to develop MOG2009, the previous old growth base layers were updated where necessary with the following input datasets : Lastlog25 (current to Jun 2013-14), lastburnt100 (current to the end of the 2009-10 fire season), fire_sev2006, fire_sev2007ap, fire_sev2007sp and fire_sev2009_poly (in East Gippsland FMA only). The old growth forests in the base layers were identified to meet the Victorian definition of old growth forest based on a set of modelling criteria, rules and input datasets. The data is not considered to be reliable (definitive) at scales less than 1:100,000. The old growth polygons should be treated as modelled information and whilst care has been taken in developing this layer, there is no guarantee that the information has been confirmed through extensive field checking. While some limited validation of Old growth polygons has been carried out in most studies, significant levels of field checking were undertaken in the mapping of analysis input datasets.

  • Last updated: October 2021 This dataset represents the spatial extent of prescribed burns planned for ignition and associated mechanical and vegetation works on Public Land in Victoria and some CFA burns. This data is prepared annually for prescribed burns planned for the immediate three-year period. This dataset is now the joint fuel management plan and now includes the CFA burns as well as VicForest coupe burns.

  • Spatial dataset of Above Ground Biomass (AGB) in Victoria's public forest estate. In Victoria, forests are defined as land area greater than 0.5 ha, dominated by trees usually having a single stem and a mature or potentially mature stand height exceeding two metres and with existing or potential crown cover of overstory strata equal to or greater than 20 percent. This definition includes native forests, plantations and areas of trees sometimes described as woodlands.

  • Spatial dataset of Above Ground Biomass (AGB) in Victoria's public forest estate. In Victoria, forests are defined as land area greater than 0.5 ha, dominated by trees usually having a single stem and a mature or potentially mature stand height exceeding two metres and with existing or potential crown cover of overstory strata equal to or greater than 20 percent. This definition includes native forests, plantations and areas of trees sometimes described as woodlands.

  • This dataset records where the Marginal Mile has been identified across Eastern Victoria. The data was created from a review across all government gazettes in 2019/20. This is a subset of the Fire Protected Area. The marginal mile layer consists of private land within 1.5km of national park, State forest or protected public land in the east of the state. DELWP is responsible for fire prevention within the marginal mile and declares the prohibited period across 14 local government areas (LGAs) in the east annually for this tenure. Information included is LGAs, PLM 25, town and major road names.

  • Last updated: November 2021 This is the public version of the JFMP. This dataset represents the spatial extent of prescribed burns planned for ignition and associated strategic fuel breaks on Public Land in Victoria and some CFA burns. This data is prepared annually for prescribed burns planned for the immediate three-year period. This dataset is now the joint fuel management plan and now includes the CFA burns as well as VicForest coupe burns.

  • Polygons defining Ramsar wetland areas in Victoria. The Ramsar Convention of Wetlands of International Importance, to which Australia is a signatory, requires contracting parties to designate wetlands of international significance within their territory for listing under the convention. This layer is based on RAMSAR100 but has been realigned and updated to improve its accuracy. It has been updated to match current VICMAP parcel, road, hydro and water area data as well as using high-resolution digital aerial photography to improve its precision to 1:25 000.